The Brandenburg Quartet gave a highly sophisticated performance at MRC, Melbourne recently; exceptional playing, sensitively nuanced – full of emotion and drama
The Brandenburg Quartet is about to embark on its third and biggest national tour in April with concerts held in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide and Brisbane
Celebrating 30 years; Australian Brandenburg Orchestra presented five of J.S. Bach’s six Brandenburg Concertos, treating each work as one of elegant simplicity
Performing exclusively on gut string instruments, the Brandenburg Quartet, will perform in Sydney, Victoria, South Australia and Western Australia in April 2018
The ABO with Jamie Hey on period cello and Bart Aerbeydt from Belgium on the natural horn, paid tribute to Haydn, Mozart + Friends in a superb symphony of sound
Judging by comments made as we emerged into a crisp cold autumn Melbourne night, the sold-out audience for Spanish Baroque were left warm with rapturous delight
Musicians of the ABO and acclaimed violinist Shunske Sato at the Melbourne Recital Centre presented a sublime concert nurturing the pleasures of the imagination
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra proved joy has no boundary with a Blazing Baroque concert celebrating beauty and life while showcasing its musicians virtuosity
Playing a medieval instrument recorder revolutionary Maurice Steger as guest director with the ABO delivered a showstopping performance of virtuoso early music
Australian Brandenburg Orchestra Celebrates 25 years CD showcases elegant melodies & dazzling technique review by Meldi Arkinstall, The Culture Concept Circle
The Australian Brandenburg Orchestra with soloists voice Philippe Jaroussky and violin Shaun Lee-Chen made marvellous music ensuring heaven did meet the earth.
Get Set to Rock the Baroque! French heartthrob Countertenor Philippe Jaroussky is scheduled to be appearing in both Sydney and Melbourne with the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in March 2013. It is sure to be a memorable concert in the intimate and powerful acoustic of the Sydney and Melbourne recital halls….